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ness. it's awesome. there's no other taste like it. america runs on dunkin' coffee. back now with more of "today" on a wednesday morning. it's a drizzly one. it's the 10th day of october, 2012, and we're so glad all these sweet folks actually stayed out here to fight this kind of tough weather outside. >> as we say good morning, tamron hall. look at you gorgeous in red. >> hi, good morning, guys. hey. >> great to see you. matt had to leave a little bit early. check in with nat at the news desk in a morning but coming up, one of my favorite segments, steals and deals. jill martin is here. >> do we really need two umbrellas? >> come under my umbrella, ela.
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>> look what she's got? >> 85% off wine. got to hear about that. designer clutches. >> i like that. >> shopping party. jill is coming up. >> nice. we'll take the cocktails and the clutches. sounds like a party to me. meantime, they have, yes, count them, seven children and a thriving business to boot. this family will be here to show us how to create a play room, love this, that's suitable for children of all ages, functional and fun. don't have to spend a fortune. one of their kids is a drummer. >> wow. >> so we'll see if that kid will break it down. love that they have kids of all ages. breaker will break it down. >> oh, breaker, awesome. got this rock star vibe already. >> teens to little ones, suitable for all of them. love that. >> before we get to that, want to check in with natalie morales over at the news desk. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. a new time line of the events leading up to the deadly attack on the consulate in benghazi, libya. according to the state department heavily armed militias launched a major
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assault on the diplomatic facility, and it was not a spontaneous demonstration sparked by an anti-muslim film. today house republicans investigating the attack will hear testimony from former officials who say their request for more security before the attack was denied. the obama campaign is accusing mitt romney of not telling the truth about his position on abortion. romney told an iowa newspaper tuesday that he won't pursue any abortion legislation if he's elected. romney did say he would instead use an executive order to reinstate a ban on using american foreign aid to fund abortion. the president's campaign responded, quote, we know the truth about where he stands on a woman's right to choose. in a surprise move this morning a russian court freed one member of a female punk rock group jailed for anti-government performance inside moscow's main cathedral. the court said the freed member never actually took part in the performance because guards threw her out before she could remove the guy tar from its case.
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the court did uphold two-year sentences for two other band members. police have releasedmore photos and a home video of the denver-area schoolgirl who has been missing since last friday, and they hope the images will lead to sightings of 10-year-old jessica ridgeway who vanished on her walk to school. hundreds of people gathered tuesday night at a neighborhood vigil for the fifth grader. jessica's parents spoke publicly for the very first time tuesday and denied any involvement in her disappearance. convicted child sexual abuser jerry sandusky is set to be transferred to state prison next week. the former penn state assistant football coach has been officially labeled a sexually violent predator. judge john cleland sentenced sandusky to 30 to 60 years, a number he says amounts to a life sentence. his lawyers says they are preparing their appeal e the death toll in the national meningitis outbreak is rising. 11 people have now died of the rare fungal strain of the disease linked to steroid shots given for back pain.
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119 people have been sickened by the illness, and the company that makes those injections has recalled all of its product. a milestone in space this morning as a privately built unmanned capsule made the first routine commercial cargo delivery to the international space station. the spacex cargo ship dragon pulled up to the orbiting lab and astronauts snared it with a robotic arm. this is the first of a dozen spacex supply flights under a $1.6 billion deal with nasa. amtrak is boasting record ridership with more than 31 million customers taking amtrak trains in the past year. that was the highest annual ridership since amtrak was formed in 1971 and up 3.5% from the previous year. no more sloppy kisses with rover. it turns out the wet smooches aren't good for you or for your pup. exchanging mouth bacteria with your dog can cause gum disease and tooth decay for both dogs
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and humans, this according to a new report from the "archives of oral biology." good to know, right? and a new arrival at this zoo in israel. seems to have no problems swapping some of those smooches with his mommy. this is a baby tapir, an endangered relative of the rhinoceros and the horse. they use those funny notions to grab out-of-reach snacks. it's a cute one. five minutes after the hour. let's go to al once again who is in miami with a check of the weather. hey, al. >> natalie, thank you so much. aboard the coast guard cutter "flores" here in the miami beach area. joining me is rear admiral william baumgartner. he's the commander of the seventh coast guard district headquartered here in miami. admiral, thanks for joining us. >> good morning, al. great to be here. >> we have this terrific show starting on the weather channel tonight at 9:00, "coast guard florida can the "which highlights what you guys -- what the men and women of the coast guard do all throughout florida. give me a sense of what the
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scope of the mission is and some of the things that goes on down here. >> well, we've got a tremendous set of missions here in florida and throughout the seven coast guard districts, the southeast and the caribbean. not only do we go out there and save people's lives, save about 1,000 lives down here a year, we also protect america from threats that come by this sea, so we stop in the seventh district about $1 billion wholesale value in cocaine each year to get to the american streep. we stop, depending on the year, anywhere from 5,000 to 15,000 migrants being smuggled into the united states, and we also go out and inspect commercial shipping like all the cruise ships. the three largest cruise ship ports in the world are here in south florida and the coast guard inspects the cruise ships, makes sure they are safe and to make sure they are secure so when you if out on your vacation you can have a great time and you don't have to worry about it. so many more things, we look at counterterrorism. we, as i said, take care of navigation, all the buoys,
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lighthouses, all those kinds of things >> at miller baumgartner, thank you so much, and when people tune in tonight at 9:00 on the weather channel, they will be amazed at the work your men and women do here. that's great. >> thank you. >> that's whayo >> good morning. starting to do with low clouds and drizzle in some neighborhoods. the clouds to break up is to go into the afternoon. it will turn not been that's your latest weather, and savannah, your hair looks fantastic. i'm thinking of getting me some of those extensions. >> i think we can match it to your natural color, al. >> bald.
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>> just kidding. just say that because you're not here to get me in trouble. all right, al. thanks. time for today's take 3 where the three of us give our impression of stories giving our views and our special guest this morning, laurie kilpatrick. >> one of the co-authors of -- we have to clean it up on t, have "shoddy moms." you are a comedian, and we'll play a little bit of your -- >> stand-up act. >> let's take a look. >> the thing that makes me the mad set when people told me that because i had a dog that would prepare me for having a kid. it's not even remotely the same responsibility. you know, i wish it was. i would love to call up my friend and say hey, i'm going to vegas this weekend. could you stop by the house on sunday and check up on the baby?
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he's going to be in the backyard. >> if only it were that easy. >> by the way, i need to buy a new shirt apparently. >> the color worked for you. >> it's the same color. that's your color. >> it makes her eyes pop. >> yeah, right. >> so not buying it. >> whatever. >> move on, girls. >> move on. >> extensions first. let me take my lena dunham, very talented writer, sold her bok for 3.5 million. >> who's counting? >> i'm counting. >> the other day she wore this outfit to a premiere, it was an oversized shirt and very short shorts and some said she was going for the no-pants look. >> that's not the outfit. >> that's her, the red carpet at the emmys look. >> anyway, she has responded -- i'm sure well respond to the outfit. >> the no-pants look. >> basically she's saying because people didn't want to see her thighs. i don't think a girl with tiny thighs would have received such no paints attention.
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what i think it really was is why did you all look at size. my response is get used to it. i'm going to live to be 100 and show my thighs every single day until i die. like her attitude. >> do you think she's right? >> i've seen it with thin people. >> i get it, you work out. >> don't eyeball me. >> no. i think she's adorable, but at 25, it's the age. it's not the size for me. i think if -- i mean, i don't know, if i look like i have on no pants. >> as the woman who has no pants on. >> i like the look. she's young and that's why she can get away with it. >> i'm an old woman wearing a short skirt. >> you're not old. >> she's 25, i don't know. the age, that's the thing, not her size. >> if it were olivia wild showing up on the red carpet, oh, remember j. lo. >> maybe not a great look entirely for her. >> remember j. lo's dress, the
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belly button dress, people talked about it for good and for bad and she is sexy and thin, it's the reveal. >> reading some comments. oh, she's a hero for fighting back, but how sad of a commentary that someone can be called as a hero because they vow to continue to wear short shorts. >> whoa, hey, ladies. >> i like her hair. love her haircut. >> and i like the color of that outfit. >> basically we're fans. come on over. come visit us. >> number two, these are called scary beautiful shoes. >> take a look. >> they are scary, and i don't know about the beautiful part. the bottom line a capetown, south africa artist, these are the shoes. basically they are in reverse. make gaga look like amateur night at the apollo. >> love this. >> making a larger point she says with the pointy shoes about how we really suffer for beauty. our bodies become from corsets
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that they wore. >> look how she is walking? >> selling it hard. >> i couldn't have gotten it that hard. >> i was laughing out loud when i watched it last night and showed it to my kids and they were like, mommy, looks like she's going to the bathroom. >> honestly. those are like 16-inch heels and that's how i walk in 2-inch heels. >> all right. we'll do a class in this, because mine today are five inches tall. >> must be your thin thighs. >> don't go there, woman. don't go there. >> move over, lena durham. i'm putting pants on after the break. >> what i do think is interesting we then create a workout. that can be the next workout. >> a good squat and butt lifter. >> i want to see the bunions on those feet. >> the dogs are barking tonight, that's for sure. >> i like that. >> need a good spoking, that's for sure. take three, probably our cutest clip of the day and this is
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video of a sister, very little sister, lecturing her even younger brother, and it's gone viral overnight. take a look. >> you did something on purpose. when many and dad said don't do that, you don't do that. when mom and dad say no, and you don't sit -- you're only 2. you are not only enough for that boy to do a fight. >> she tells her younger brother he needs to toughen up a bit in that cute little british accent. >> first of all, i'm an older sister and that's how you keep them under your thumb. >> exactly. >> start young, right. >> it looks like she's making the next -- >> did you see how he looked up at the camera, like, can i say anything? do i get a chance to speak up. >> she will make a great wife and he'll make a great husband. keep it quiet and she knows how
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to dish out the rules >> he'll listen, that's for sure. >> laurie kyl milmartin thanks being here. >> steals and deals, bargains on everything from designer bags to jewelry, to everything. necklaces. i like it. that's coming up right after this. two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. bp has paid over twenty-three billion dollars to help people and businesses who were affected, and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy -- and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. we've shared what we've learned with governments and across the industry so we can all produce energy more safely. i want you to know, there's another commitment bp takes just as seriously: our commitment to america. bp supports nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs in communities across the country. we hired three thousand people just last year.
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deals. this morning up to 87% off some great items exclusively for our "today" viewers. today and "us weekly" contributor jill martin is here to walk us through this month's offers. good morning. >> good morning. >> how does it work again? >> i love how we say 87%. >> 87%. >> every week it gets higher and higher. >> go on "today".com right now because there's a limited amount of these products. we'll link you to the retailer's website, and then you'll get the deals, but if you want it go on now, because, again, the items are limited. >> they go quick. >> first up, great clutches from kenneth cole reaction. they are faux leather, but as you see they come in a variety of different colors. here we've got a whole bunch. >> how much fun are these, retail is $56. ultra suede python and foil faux leather. comes in seven colors and sold at major retailers, including macy's. the retail $56. the deal $15. that's 73% off. >> fantastic.
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>> i just want to stress it's time now to stock up on holiday gifts so if you see something you like, this is a good time to get in on them because we'll keep doing holiday leading up to the holiday. >> over here now, not just drinking wine for any reason here starting early. this is actually an offer from restaurant.com, a $300 voucher you can use at thousands of restaurants across the country. >> i want to give you my wine glass. because of the teases i'm almost done with my glass. go on today.com right now. it will give you a voucher to restaurants.com. what you do is you print out the voucher, and it's worth $300. now you're only going to pay $40, but you get $300 of food and sometimes alcohol. you have to look at each specific restaurant. each denomination for each restaurant. they will tell you what you can use. again, it's a $300 value for only $40. >> and a lot of restaurants you can choose from. >> over 18,000 restaurants to choose from. >> wow. >> and a portion will go to the dan marino foundation benefiting children with autism so there's a great cause on top of that.
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$300 value for $40. that's 87% off. >> that is a great gift right there. perfect. >> one per customer. >> okay. >> go on if you want it now. perfect. next up, skin care, and this includes four products from cleanser to moisturizer. >> our beauty always does so well. >> people love it. >> i always try it out. want to say that because people ask me and this is gray. the retail $172. it's a four-piece set. the mask cleanse, balancing cerium, day/night moisturizer cream and the sheet mask and ingredients including caviar extract. >> got to be good for your skin, i would imagine. >> that's a big celebrity following. the retail 172. the deal $43 for the four-piece set. that's 75% off. >> okay. fantastic. now to jewelry. always a big hit as well, and you've got a pair of great earrings. cubic zirconias from kenneth lane. >> kenneth lane, everybody is going nuts. these are gorgeous. really look real in person.
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i'm wearing them now. the retail is $98. you can get drop or studs, two options, comes in the signature red box, so, again, a great gift. sold at bloomie's, nordstrom and saks fifth avenue, selling for $29. >> these portable speakers from ihome. these are really meant to be taken on the go. >> and meant to be taken now if you want it. >> exactly. >> a great gift for yourself or for your friend. >> a great sound system. >> and even for a house warming gift. what a nice thing to bring to someone's home. the retail 99.99. high quality stereo speakers with true bass sounds. operates on four aa batteries, protective speaker case. i just want to say it won't work with the iphone 5. >> i was just going to say. >> that changes the bottom, right? that's a different dock. >> but works with all other iphones and ipods. won't work with the iphone 5.
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>> the old stuff. >> my stuff. >> on to the new stuff. >> retail 99.99. the deal, $30, that's 70% off. >> radios and everyone has to upgrade. >> i'm still okay. >> jill martin, thanks so much. and to remind you what the products are, there's the kenneth cole reaction clutches, restaurant.com voucher, the masqueology skin care set and the kenneth lane cubic zirconia and the speakers. logon to today.com. coming up next, healthy favorites for your favorite fattening foods, but first these messages. wardrobe. cute. then new activia breakfast blend. a great way to help start the day. mmm... creamy lowfat yogurt with grains in yummy breakfast flavors, like apple cinnamon. its hearty, with twice the protein of regular lowfat yogurt
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>> this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> it is going to turn out to be a nice day. as he headed to the afternoon, weather conditions will improve. early this morning, still some low clouds, fog, and drizzle. it will turn warmer with a high temperature of close to 70 degrees. sunshine
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♪ well, she was asked to play at william and kate wedding reception, she had a huge hit with "lights" and now she is out with a new album, and she's going to be here for a live performance tomorrow on "today." she's all over itunes because i was on last night and saw her songs. really great. >> cool. >> i'm natalie morales along with savannah guthrie and tamron hall. coming up tomorrow, we'll get a close look at a 76-carat diamond. >> how close to you need to get?
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>> a close-up on my finger, don't let me. >> jennifer anniston's engagement ring. talk about bling, right? >> i know. >> coming up this hour, how to create the perfect play room that everyone in the family. the designers robert and cortney novogratz and their seven kids are showing us their downtown chick style. >> also ahead, one young woman who made big sacrifices to help people around the world and landed her on the cover of "seventeen" magazine and we'll talk to her. the foods we love to dig into, pasta, potatoes, brownies, oh, my, and we know, of course, they are loaded with fat and sugar, that's why they taste so good, but with a few swaps you can cut the calories and allegedly up the nutrition. >> really. >> i need to see this. >> and taste it to believe it. >> first a check of the weather from al who is down in miami today. hey, al. >> hey, guys. how you doing? we've got a lovely day today.
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we are here -- why are we laughing? >> because we were hitting that thing. >> i was hitting that thing. i'm here on the coast guard cutter. >> i have arrived. >> the "flores," pressing exciting stuff. got to tell you. do an amazing job, and we document it for the weather channel starting tonight at 9:00. "coast guard florida," only on the weather channel. let's see what we've got for you today, not just florida weather but the rest of the country. a gorgeous day today. we are expecting to see a beautiful day in the pacific northwest with temperatures mid to upper 60s. it's been one of these kind of cool day in los angeles, 69, 89 in orlando and showers in the northeast with rain and snow in the central great lakes. tomorrow look for more cold air making its way, reinforcing short of cold air making its way through the plains. cooler in the pacific northwest. we've got cool weather also in the northeast today with some showers and thunderstorms making their way from the southwest on into the central rockies.
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that's what's going >> ladies, that's the weather. i will see you back in new york tomorrow. >> come on home, al. we miss you. >> coming up next, a famous design duo shows you how to create the perfect play room even a brood of seven of all ages will love. that's right after this. ♪ we are family declare that thou have brought overmany discounts to thine customers! [old english accent] safe driver, multi-car, paid in full -- a most fulsome bounty indeed, lord jamie.
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we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. well, when it comes to decorating robert and cortney novogratz have designed everything from townhouses to treehouses. in their new book "home by novogratz" the duo offer ideas for homes. today it's all about budget ideas for your play room. bob, cortney and the gang are here, including five, hey, five, catch me high five. high five from five. good to see you. >> hi, tamron. >> you've got children, the youngest 3 years old. >> and our old set 15. >> so quite the range, and your idea of putting this room together so everyone can enjoy is pretty accessible.
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>> definitely. listen, we believe in television, but i think when it comes to like a play room or a family room, you should get rid of the tv and definitely bring in the art, whether it's creativity with arts and crafts or musical instruments. >> hi. >> this is minimum wager. >> major, he's the youngest but he's the minimum wager. i love that. >> for sure. >> but i think a lot of parents need to tap back into their childhood. >> but you've got two girls and one, two, three, four are five boys. how do you make it gender friendly as well? >> well, definitely. listen, we expose our boys to paint because their mom loves paint the. i love paint. >> just blend it in so everyone can enjoy. let's launch into some of the ideas. first up, you say ditch the lazy boy and go for something comfortable. you've got a purple beanbag. >> our five boys love to wrestle so if you have furniture like this piece like a beanbag, easy for them to wrestle and also great for teenagers or a 3-year-old. >> still looks very chic.
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comfortable and chic. your kids love to hang out. this wallpaper is very interesting. what is this about? >> this is actually real wallpaper, we let the kids draw on it and it's their space. not so worried about the wall and when it gets done we put new paper up there. >> take a shot of it. >> know how to put a kid in place. >> i'll put the hall family. we've invaded your spot. >> wife it off and go. are you jealous of my artwork? i didn't think you were. let's move on to the table here. i love this. this is actual duct tape. >> our daughter bellamy made me a duct tape wallet a few years back. >> really? >> and the great thing is most stores sell amazing colors in duct tape so i think you need to allow your kids to draw on the wall from time to time, take risks and be creative so give them a little freedom to duct tape an old chair. >> and i skipped over this, freedom includes having a lot of things to play with. great bowls, markers, crayons,
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the pencils, everything. >> it's all about creativity. >> pablo picasso once said we're all born as children. the challenge is staying one as an adult so we try to expose our kids to as much art and creativity as possible. >> is that batman or is that me? >> that's batman. >> and who is night wing? >> he's robin before he's batman. >> oh, i didn't know that. >> very confusing these days. >> learned everything. thank you. such a smart kid and last but not least, a lot of parents avoid having drums in the house. you see these at toys "r" us. sorry i'm standing in front of you. >> we have a lot of music. don't have a lot of noise in the house with seven kids so we figured why not get more noise and drums. >> that's the only instrument allowed in. >> we have pianos, two pianos, drums, guitar. >> is that an an instrument? >> if they are sleeping, they
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give you the brush to drum with. >> you can drum at my house. in fact, you know what, i hear that you're ready to take us to break, and your name is breaker? so you ready to break it down. >> yeah. >> okay. here we go, one, two, go. ♪ >> can you guys dance. come on. >> go for it. we'll be right back right after a quick break. release me! you should eat something that's good for you
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well, how much would you give up to help other people achieve their goals? well, soccer score lindsay brown sacrificed a scholarship to notre dame to help girls in underdeveloped countries. her devotion has landed her on the cover of "seventeen" magazine as the winner of the pretty amazing contest. lindsay is here, along with "seventeen" editor-in-chief. lindsay, congratulations to you. >> thank you. >> you are quite impressive. >> thank you so much. >> this all started with a bake sale that a lot of kids do, but what made this bake sale so special? >> at the start of my sophomore year i organized tie dye cupcake sales in my dorm room at notre dame for she's the first and with enough help we raised enough money to send three girls to school in nepal. >> and you went there.
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how did that change your life? >> going there made me realize the impact of these girls life. we joked that we were changing the world one cupcake at a time but when i saw the living condition, getting an education and the opportunities that would come along with that, i realized it wasn't really a joke and i needed to do more to help these girls. >> helping them in the classroom and also on the soccer field, something that you love that you brought to them. >> yeah. i've been playing since the age of 5, so i've never really thought about what soccer has done for me, but for these little girls it's taboo for them to play sports in their society so it was ground breaking. it really upset their fathers when i brought them out on to the field, but slowly but surely they started gaining confidence and leadership skills that translated into the classroom, and it was the first time i realized that's what sock her done for me my entire life. >> therefore, you decided to give up your scholarship at notre dame for soccer, and instead decided to launch the segue project to help support
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girls both through school and also find a passion like soccer, right? >> once i realized this transformative role soccer should play, i knew i needed to expand the project, and to do that i needed to give up my role on the soccer team which was a really difficult decision, but at the end of the day sacrificing my senior season will never compare to the sacrifice these girls make to go to school, so once i came to that realization i knew it would be the right decision. >> you blew my socks off. easy to say why you picked her as pretty amazing for the cover of the magazine. >> lindsay is such a superstar, but we were most impressed by how selfless she was in helping other girls find confidence. confidence is the key. i mean, we want to help every single girl feel the confidence that lindsay feels and that such a special message that she has. >> and i imagine there were so many other great candidates as well. four other semifinalists so was it ultimately the fact that she was helping those other girls
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then? >> in the last two years we've had 70,000 girls enter this contest, and it's -- you know, i'm so happy to be here talking about something great about teenage girls. this is the ultimate celebration of teenage girls. her message says to girls if a girl like lindsay can be on the cover of "seventeen," why can't i? we want every girl to feel pretty amazing. >> she's pretty and pretty amazing to top it off, and 13 million readers read "seventeen" so a real inspiration to all of them. thank you and good luck with you with the rest of school. senior year at notre dame. >> thank you. >> thank you both so much. coming up next, gives up inrbs and sugar without giving
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this morning on request go healthy today." food knockoffs if you're trying to eat healthier, simple ways to get out the oil, carbs and sugar
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and add calorie conscious ingredients to make it taste good. our diet and nutrition expert joins us. mah madeline, good morning. i'll terrorist you that it tastes good. >> people eat for taste. you want to eat healthy but taste is number one. you want really good food and taste which is what you want. >> let's start off with carbs. we know why our bodies love them and they taste so good, right? what do you do? >> really high in calories, and a couple of ways to swap this out is first to replace zucchini for your strips of lasagna noodles. use all of them or part of them and you'll save about 200 calories. >> will it taste the same? >> it will taste very good. a lot of people blend it because they don't want as many starchy noodles. >> nice. >> a really good tip that cuts out the starch all the way if you use the spaghetti squash. >> i asked you in commercial break, what is this? >> it's a squash, kind of like a pumpkin and when you open it up you have to cook, it doesn't look like this but when you
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strip it down it's strands that look like pasta, top it with a tomato sauce, a meat sauce. >> can i taste it? >> okay. >> not spaghetti but it's good. >> i love mashed potato and how do we knock off a mashed potato? >> by using another white vegetable, something like parsley. mix them half and half with potatoes or just substitute them. pasnips are like carrots, cook them and mash them like a potato this. will cut the calories to almost nothing. >> this is what this turned into. that's like magic so let's keep going. let's see our next knockoff. fats come in the version of mayonnaise and things like that. >> sometimes we cut out fat, we cut out a lot of flavor. i don't want this. thick and gunky and what you can do to get the flavor of a rick and creamy dressing like butter milk. it's got some tang. >> i would think fat if i saw
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butter milk. >> in current times butter milk is 1%. >> not in the olden days. >> not living on the farm anymore. >> i've been dissed. i am from the country. i thought it was fattening. what do we do in. >> use butter milk as a base and use a little bit of mayonnaise and sour cream to get the tang from the yogurt and put this on. this is thick. that's what people look for. not going to be watery. >> i'll be the tester. is it good? >> it's tangy, but i like it. that's good stuff. >> something people want. they want the creaminess of a soup. cream is a key word but there's going to be, just in a tablespoon of cream, five tablespoons of fat and 50 calories, what you can do is thicken up soups either with evaporated regular milk. that means take out water. you have the dairy product and flavor with far fewer calories, or kind of a lazy man's way. take instant potato flakes so if you were going to make mashed potatoes, dump in some water and
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they poof and plump up and you have mashed potatoes. if you put these flakes in anything else, things you want to thicken, it will soak up and give you a natural blend. >> creaminess without all the calories. >> i'm a chocolate fanatic. probably won't convince me but i'll listen. >> these were developed at our nbc commissary here and the big difference instead of a cup of oil this is replaced with greek yogurt. it will give the thickness and creaminess because texture is important. i want you to taste this. >> oh, okay. >> you can cut down most of the fat with yogurt. >> you can put this in any brownie mix recipe and you cut down the fat from nearly a cup of oil to about two tablespoons. >> oh, okay. >> someone said don't do it as i was doing it. it's delicious. i'm not kidding. >> again, these are not no calories. it goes from 200 to about 120.
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>> good enough for me. i'll take it home. next. that's how you know it's good. i'm taking it with me. >> one of the best ways to cut down on sugar, instead of fluff, peanut butter fluff. two tablespoons of this is about 40 calories. >> instead of frosting. >> instead of frosting. >> and it cuts the sugar down by 75%. >> is this safe for me? >> why do you say that? >> because somebody said don't do it. coming up next, kathie lee and hoda after your local news. oh, it's good. >> don't do it. barnhill: you hear a lot of talk about question seven...
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